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Mariusz J. Ligarski

REFERENCES [1] M. Jackson. Systems methodology for the management sciences . Plenum Press, New York, 1990. [2] M.C. Jackson. Systems thinking: Holism for managers . Wiley, Chichester, 2003. [3] R. Floor and M. Jackson. Creative problem solving: Total systems intervention . Wiley, Chichester, 1991. [4] J.P. Kawalek. “Systems thinking and knowledge management: positional assertions and preliminary observations”, Systems Research and Behavioral Science , no 21, 2004, pp. 17-36. [5] M.J. Ligarski. „Ocena systemu zarządzania jakością

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Sabina Irimie, Luminiţa Doina Pricope (Muntean), Sorin Pricope and Sabin Ioan Irimie

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This work presents a research of methodology in occupational stress analyse in the educational field, as a part of a larger study. The objectives of the work are in finding accents in existence of significant relations between stressors and effects, meaning the differences between the indicators of occupational stress to teaching staff in primary and gymnasium school, taking notice of each specific condition: the institution as an entity, the working community, the discipline he/she is teaching others, the geographic and administrative district (urban/rural) and the quantification of stress level.

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Michael Pace

. Available from ProQuest Dissertations and Theses database. (UMI No. 1287814661) Budzier, A. and Flyvbjerg, B. (2013). Making sense of the impact and importance of outliers in project management through the use of power laws. Paper presented at International Research Network on Organizing by Projects, 11th . Retrieved from http://eureka.sbs.ox.ac.uk/4745/1/Budzier_and_Flyvbjerg.pdf Charvat, J. (2003). Project management methodologies: Selecting, implementing and supporting methodologies and processes for projects . New York:Wiley. Cockburn, A. (2004

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Wiesław Urban, Emil Ratter, Promporn Wangwacharakul and Bonnie Poksinska

review of contemporary lean thinking. International Journal of Operations & Production Management , 24 (10), 994-1011. Hines, P., & Rich, N. (1997). The seven value stream mapping tools. International Journal of Operations & Production Management , 17 (1), 46-64. Jamaliah, M. S., Mohamad, A. M. H., & Azianti, I. (2016). Improvements of worksite control for pull system. ARPN Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences , 11 (12), 7699-7705. Karim, A., & Arif-Uz-Zaman, K. (2013). A methodology for effective implementation of lean strategies and its

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Joanna Rosak-Szyrocka

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Paper present impact of human resources issues as well as issues related to provision of medical services on leadership styles in hospitals in Poland. In this study a descriptive research design was used and a quantitative research was conducted, which was based on the so-called BOST methodology. Surveys were conducted among department heads of 10 public hospitals of various referral systems from the Upper-Silesian Agglomeration providing various types of medical services (which shows a large variety of research sample) operating in Poland. The research showed that both improtance of service provision as well as human resources were not as important as they should be.

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N. Ravinder Reddy, V.V. Satyanarayana, M. Prashanthi and N. Suguna

-188, 2009. [6] G.S. Altshuller, Creativity As An Exact Science . Amsterdam: Gordon & Breach, 1984. [7] D.L. Mann, “Contradiction Chains”, TRIZ Journal , Jan. 2000. [8] M. Petrović, Z. Miljković and B. Babić, “Integration of Process Planning, Scheduling, and Mobile Robot Navigation Based on TRIZ and Multi-Agent Methodology”, FME Transactions , vol. 41, no. 2, pp. 97-106, 2013. [9] F. Liu, Y. Yang and M. Wu, “A systematic method for identifying contradiction of casting process”, MECHANIKA , vol. 17, no. 4, pp. 449-454, 2011. [10] J.L. Chen

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C. Rajendrana, K. Srinivasan, V. Balasubramanian, H. Balaji and P. Selvaraj

-544. [18] Khuri A. I., Cornel l. J., Response surfaces; design and analysis. Marcel Dekker, New York (1996) [19] Gunaraj V., Murugan N., Application of response surface methodology for predicting weld beadqualityin submerged arc welding of pipes. J Mater Process Technol, 88 (1999) 266-275. [20] Tien C.L., Lin S.W., Optimization of process parameters of titanium dioxide films by response Surface Methodology. Opt Common 266 (2006) 574-581. [21] Cao X. Jahazi M., Effect of tool rotational speed and probe length on lap joint

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Rosca Nicolae Alexandru

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SPIF is a relatively new process that can replace conventional deformation processes. Due to the use of generic tools only, the process is suited to achieving unique production or prototypes. The paper presents a brief literature review on current research of single point incremental forming with applications in obtaining medical implants regarding materials and metodology used.

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Ryszard Michalski and Wojciech Zeńczak

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The article presents the methodology and algorithm for determining the efficiency of a ship’s energy system, which can be helpful at both operation and design stage. Knowledge of the methodology discussed here and the definitions of a ship’s energy system’s efficiency may be particularly useful for operators, as particularly complicated energy conversion chains exist on specialized units, such as fishing vessels, which have many devices that can be driven by different types of engines and transmissions. Proper disposal of energy streams allows for their optimal use and for a reduction in fuel consumption, whose cost constitutes the largest share of the vessel’s operating costs.

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Jan Kaźmierczak and Jerzy Uchroński

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The article presents a concept of the methodology of managing information and technical resources related to carrying on the activities and actions described in the first part of the study, and the majority of legally determined actions resulting from the emergence of a crisis situation. As a research area, a special public utility object was chosen, namely a civil airport. The crisis situation that occurred at the airport requires the involvement of many services that aim to implement actions aimed at solving it. The process of the above-mentioned activities, covers formal, organizational and technical aspects. These aspects are briefly shown in the second part of the article. In the third part, special attention was paid to collecting information flows on the crisis situation. On the basis of the research, it was pointed out that the diversity of notification systems, both in the aspect of the available information resources and technical infra-structure, makes the information exchange process disturbed, which may have a significant impact on the time and manner of resolving the crisis situation. The authors in the article point out a possible way to solve this problem by unifying the system of informing all the services involved in activities in a crisis situation. The final part of the article attempts to present a methodology, based on the idea of creating templates of actions, activities and processes, the use of which for crisis management will allow involved bodies to improve the effectiveness of services in crisis conditions, especially in the area of making decisions based on available information.